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RE: McIntosh MA6100 repairs

I got the new transistors in yesterday evening, including the pre-output drivers and outputs. I also replaced the 22R resistors and a few others on the board that were out of tolerance. One 22R resistor was up to 38 Ohms.

I did a safe power up. No fuses blew, nothing is getting hot, and DC offset is under 9mV. I didn't have time to do further testing due to field service calls today.


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